Great Britain Cycling Team won three time trial silver medals on day two of the UCI Para-cycling Road World Championships.
Ben Watson took C3 silver on his international debut before the tandem duos of Steve Bate and Adam Duggleby and Lora Fachie and Corrine Hall added two more silver medals to the tally in South Africa.
Bate and Duggleby won their first ever world championships medal - on either the road or the track - in the men’s B time trial.
The pair crossed the line in 39:20.930 to take silver - just 3.66 seconds behind Poland’s Polak and Ladsoz who took gold.
The British duo had produced a stunning ride to finish second after suffering a mechanical on the start line which cost them 25 seconds - making the silver medal a bittersweet moment.
There was a third British silver medal in the women’s B time trial, Lora Fachie and her pilot Corrine Hall finishing five seconds behind the Irish duo of Katie-George Dunlevy and Eve McCrystal.